A Bare and Open Truth
VanJessica Gladney | Oct 19, 2022When a university denied its legacy, students and faculty stepped in to do the research.
Grant of the Week: Huntington Library Research Fellowships
Lizzy Meggyesy | Oct 12, 2022The Huntington Library is now acccepting applications for the 2023–24 fellowship year for Long-Term Fellowships, Short-Term Fellowships, and Travel Grants.
Art as Historical Method
Mark Philip Bradley | Oct 11, 2022Identity, colonial legacies, and recovering knowledge are all showcased in the latest issue of the AHR.
Listening to Alaska Native Elders
Holly Miowak Guise | Aug 11, 2022Through oral and digital history projects, Holly Miowak Guise works to bring her Alaska Native people into the US history narrative.
Grant of the Week: Gerda Henkel Fellowship in Digital History
Alana Venable | May 3, 2022The German Historical Institute and the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media are now accepting applications for the Gerda Henkel Fellowship in Digital History.
The Future Is Now
Justin Hawkins | Apr 21, 2022At AHA22, panels on video games and podcasts pushed attendees to think more broadly about sources and definitions of scholarship.
AHA Staff | Mar 15, 2022Read about a selection of sessions that took place during AHA22 Online in late February.
New Year, Fresh Look
Mark Philip Bradley, Manuel Martinez Alvarenga, Marlena Boswell, Isti Bhattacharya, Miguel Cruz-Díaz, Justin Hawkins, Brian Quinn, and Thomas Stephens | Feb 23, 2022The latest issue of the journal has been completely redesigned and introduces the AHR History Lab.
When the Birds Go Silent
Manuel Martinez Alvarenga, Marlena Boswell, Isti Bhattacharya, Miguel Cruz-Díaz, Justin Hawkins, Brian Quinn, and Thomas Stephens | Nov 24, 2021The latest issue of the AHR features articles on environmental history, African history, and digital history, among other topics.
A Glimpse Behind the Curtain
Hayley R. Bowman | Jul 29, 2021Podcasts offer an innovative pedagogical tool, capable of collapsing space and time in a way that reading, writing, and even attending a lecture cannot.